The future starts in Tokyo. Or at least that’s what happens in Yosef Peretz‘ vision for which, he collaborated with the costume designer Miki Avni. The Israeli designer, who celebrates a full decade in fashion this year, took this alpha city as a reference point to project his surreal visualizations on
Chanel and The Little Black Jacket, yes, the quintessential Little Black Jacket Coco Chanel made famous as styled by Carine and shot by Karl, in 6 days, 113 images, and an amazing cast of characters. For those of you who weren’t able to see the Tokyo exhibit, here’s a sneak peek; get ready London, coming in […]
Japanese studio Torafu Architects introduced the Ichiro Japan Shop 2012 – an exhibition space designed to showcase the new catalog and furniture prototypes of famous Japanese maker of decorative plywood, Ichiro . The vision Ichiro had for the space was
“Pin-up girls in present-day,” was the theme for G.V.G.V.’s latest Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Covering the top looks for the coming year’s sunny seasons, the label’s founder and designer MUG included the 50s pinup, a bit of ‘burb housewife, and some Miami tropics into a look that’s 100 percent put together.
Coming from a culinary background, Takaya Hanayuishi made the move from food to fauna in 2004, introducing a new style of hairdressing that incorporates freshly-cut flowers and vegetables. These days, his one-of-a-kind craftsmanship is being commissioned for weddings, live performances, and media companies.
German/Japanese illustrator Niky Roehreke graduated from the Central Saint Martins before working freelance as an illustrator for magazines, such as Nylon, Jalouse and Tokion amongst others. I really like her colorful mixed-media illustrations, glamorously blending watercolor, pencils, typography and
One of Japan’s most famous and internationally-known milliners, Akio Hirata, is showcasing more than seventy years of work at the Spiral Garden in Tokyo – The exhibition features more than 4000 white ‘ghost hats’ floating around and acting as shells of the ‘real’ hats on display. This beautiful and dreamy installation was created by Japan’s […]
Available in a range oft colors, Japanese designers Torafu Architects designed these very cool Tapehook‘s that look like curled pieces of adhesive tape. Each hook has been created by soaking the paper, curling it, then allowing it to dry in position. A great and simple idea to hook your keys in style, necklaces or glasses.
Japanese ex-fisherman who studied ichthyology and now artist: Iori Tomita transforms marine life with scientific technique of preserving and dying organism specimens into an art form with his series that he calls, New World Transparent Specimens.